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Why an oral and maxillofacial surgeon is a good choice for BOTOX®

BOTOX® and Restylane® have revolutionized the way we fight the signs of aging.

Millions of people around the world have used these products to make non-surgical enhancements to their appearance by reducing or eliminating wrinkles­––and you can, too.

While these procedures could be done by a dermatologist, there are benefits to having your treatment planned and implemented by an oral surgeon.

An extensive knowledge of facial structure

An oral surgeon (aka an oral and maxillofacial surgeon) has a deep understanding of how your skin, muscles and bones work together. By coupling this with an analysis of your personal features and facial physiology, a treatment plan can be developed that will best remove the signs of aging while maintaining a natural look.

Understanding your facial anatomy can lead to:

  • A better fit for how your lips should look over and around your teeth
  • A more natural smile
  • An improved look for the skin surrounding your eyes

An oral surgeon’s expertise allows them to more accurately predict the results of a given BOTOX® and Restylane® treatment and how expected results will react to facial movements.

An integrated approach

Your oral surgeon can help you put together a single, extensive appearance improvement plan that includes repairing your teeth and fixing crow’s feet, worry lines, laugh lines and frown lines.

A safer environment

Complications with the application of BOTOX® and Restylane® are extremely rare. However, in the unlikely event of complications, working with an oral surgeon ensures that you’ll be in great, professional hands.